Susannah Meek

Architect
 

California Licensed Architect
LEED Accredited Professional

Education

 

Master of Architecture, UC Berkeley, 1993

Bachelor of Arts, University of Pennsylvania, 1987

 

 

Project Experience

 

Daniel Webster Elementary Modernization

San Francisco

 

Sankofa Expansion Project

Oakland


George Peabody Elementary Modernization & New Building

San Francisco


Sankofa Academy Modernization

Oakland


Oakland High School Lunch Shelter & Serving Improvements

Oakland


Havenscourt Middle School New Cafeteria & Classroom Building

Oakland


Castlemont High School Auditorium Renovation

Oakland

 

Bishop Swing Supportive Housing for Episcopal Community

LEED Silver, San Francisco


Portola Branch Library, San Francisco Public Library

San Francisco


East Oakland School of the Arts Shop Building Conversion

Oakland


Urban Promise Academy Whitton Renovations

Oakland


Portola Family Connections

San Francisco


Oakland Children’s Room, Oakland Public Library

Oakland

 

Portola Family Connections

San Francisco 2003

 

Oakland Children’s Room, Oakland Public Library

Oakland

 

Richmond Branch Library Design Workshop, San Francisco Public Library, San Francisco

 

Chinatown Children’s Community Center ADA Upgrade

San Francisco

 

2782 24th Street-MHDC Façade Renovation

San Francisco

 

Lyon Martin Women’s Health Center Renovation

San Francisco 

 

Tenderloin AIDS Resource Center

San Francisco 

 

 

 
Bio

 

Susannah Meek, AIA, established the architectural practice of Stoner Meek in 2000 with Jill Stoner. Since continuing the practice as a sole proprietorship in 2006, S Meek Architecture, she has continued pursing the firm’s founding dedication to a wide range of public project types that explore the relationship between landscape, culture and building. These interests were cultivated from several years spent living abroad, spanning undergraduate to postgraduate years, in France, Japan, and India.  Susannah brings this experience of how cultural and natural patterns shape the environment to a passion for projects that are rooted in the public realm.

 

Awards

 

East Oakland School of the Arts, SFAIA 2007 Interiors award


“Dead Malls” competition, Vallejo, LA Forum Architecture, Finalist, 2003


Harvey Milk Memorial Plaza International Design Competition, Special Recognition, 2000 SF Public Prize